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If you're a Christian then yes, Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life. If you aren't a Christian then he most likely holds little to no significance in your life. Either option is fine.
In other words, you can be a proponent of filicide, misogyny and slavery, or you can stand in opposition of these things.
Your position is that either option is fine?
Heh...thx. It's ok though. I'm at the age now where my friends have kids, I have my own kids and a bazillion kids in my extended family, so for the last few years, everybody in my circle agreed not to buy each other anything and spend everything on the kids. Christmas has been so much more enjoyable ever since. I personally dislike receiving gifts. If I want something, I buy it. Chances are if I don't already have it, it's because I don't want it and then I'll just have to go through the trouble of pretending I like it and later hope that whomever gave it to me doesn't notice that I never wear/use/eat it.
I feel bad about it, but they make me sick. You can only listen to somebody tell you your lost cat came home because they prayed about it for so long before you ask why some baby-killing celestial psychopath is more concerned with reuniting me with my cat than he is with nine million children under the age of five years old dying horrible deaths every single year. This inevitably leads to the conversation ending with hurt feelings and the realization that we just can't see eye to eye on anything. It's not really possible to maintain a relationship with people whose immorality disgusts you.